The Millersville University Marauders had another upsetting week after being shutout by the Bloomsburg Huskies on Saturday. MU traveled to Bloomsburg on a rainy Saturday and came ready to play a team which held the Division II NCAA title for the past three years. . . .
While I am grateful that you used ‘The Snapper” to voice your concern about these supposed forms of “segregation,” there are a number of points to be made regarding your thoughts on the subject. . . .
There is an old saying: “You can’t really understand another person’s experience until you’ve walked a mile in their shoes.” On October 7, 2009, the “Walk a Mile in Her Shoes” program is calling all men and women to “get their swagger on and strut in stilettos” to protest rape, sexual assault and gender violence. This program asks men to literally walk one mile in women’s high-heeled shoes throughout Millersville University to protest. . . .
I wanted to write and address the article written in “The Snapper” Thursday September 24, 2009. The article, “Segregation at MU,” addressed what the author believed to be racism at Millersville University. She stated that . . .
After reading the article titled “Segregation at MU,” I could not help but feel the need to enlighten the author. As a recent graduate of MU, I was involved in many campus organizations. I guess it was the way I was raised or the simple understanding that I belong everywhere and that I am welcomed by all to participate, no matter the color of my skin or name of the organization. . . .
This year, Millersville University rose to the top of the rankings for the category of Best Universities-Master’s in the North region.
U.S. News & World Report announced on August 20, 2009 its annual college rankings issued for 2010. . . .
It is great to be back writing for the Snapper Opinion Section this year, and it is just great in general to be back at good old M.U.
Along with my initial joy of being back on campus for the semester, I was also pleasantly surprised to see improvements being made this year. . . .
News flash for first year students: All education is self-education. At least, that is what Hans Georg Gadamer thought. Gadamer, a premier European philosopher of the 20th century who is best known for drop-kicking the . . .